Meditate in London

Drop-in Meditation Classes

are held at Landon Library from 7pm – 8:30 on every Thursday evening.

Weekly General Program guided meditations & teachings are suitable for both beginners and more advanced meditation practitioners. General meditation classes are given as a series, but can also be taken individually.

Please feel free to drop in on a class-by-class basis. Classes are held every week unless otherwise stated.
No special clothing is required. No pre-registration required. We offer chairs to sit on and you are welcome to bring a cushion if you prefer to sit on the floor.

These classes are all drop-in. So just come along.
$12 a class or any 4 classes for $40.

Free for Centre Members.

If you are interested in going deeper in your study of Dharma, you are welcome to sit in on our Foundation Program class. If you are interested trying out FP and sitting in on a class, please let us know by sending an email to media@akbc.ca.

GP WinterTopic from January to March  –
Freedom from Painful Emotions

Buddha taught that all of our suffering comes from delusions – uncontrolled and painful states of mind.  In each class we will focus on how to deal with a particular delusion, among them: desirous attachment, anger, pride, jealousy, and miserliness. Learning practical methods to reduce the power of these delusions will allow us to experience a deep and satisfying emotional freedom, and give us the skill to be the person we wish to be – a person who is positive, joyful and loving.

January Classes – Freedom From Fear 

  1. Freedom from Pain in Daily Life (freedom from delusions)
  2. Freedom from Fear
  3. Overcoming Stress and Worry
  4. Letting Go – Moving On 

February Classes – Freedom From a Closed Heart 

  1. Freedom From a Closed Heart
  2. Freedom From Jealousy
  3. Freedom From Deluded Pride
  4. Freedom From Loneliness

March – Eliminating the True Source of Our Pain 

  1. The Source of Our Pain
  2. Transforming Pain Into Happiness 
  3. Transforming Conflicts and Problems 
  4. Transforming Problems with Wisdom 

New Series – Rising Above the Ordinary – will begin in April.

Breaking bad habitsBreaking Bad Habits

London – Saturday 2 March
10am – 1pm

Nobody wants to hurt the people they love, yet it’s often easy to do. Nobody wants to engage in compulsive behaviour that threatens their health and self esteem, yet we can find ourself doing this on a daily basis. Why?

Bad habits make us unhappy, unhealthy and destroy our relationships and sense of self worth. On this meditation day course, Kelsang Kunden will explain the negative mental patterns that keep us compulsively engaging in negative behaviours that harm ourself and others. By understanding our mind in this way we can finally bring it under control and find mental peace, freedom, integrity and confidence. We can break our bad habits forever. Everyone is welcome.

$25. Free for Centre Members.

Registration opens Friday, Jan 11.